This is the third installment of a seven-part series that details the strategic and often gut-wrenching shifts taking place in manufacturing. It appears in the August 2003 issue of IndustryWeek. IW will introduce a new installment each month...
The U.S. faces a challenge to its research and technology leadership. The way we respond will determine whether U.S. manufacturers will be able to compete in the future.
Here's why the manufacturing naysayers are wrong.
National, and increasingly multinational, edicts impact corporate operations.
The management guru's take on manufacturing's next generation.
Redefining what it means to be a manufacturer and developing strategies to compete under the new rules of the emerging global Digital Economy.
Technology isn't the only thing to change.